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La cantidad de plástico que flota en los océanos ha aumentado 100 veces en los últimos 40 años y existen más de 600 especies cuya supervivencia está amenazada...

The Pacific Garbage Patch was discovered in 1997 by Charles Moore, while he was on a voyage past Hawaii.

Researchs investigating plastic pollution and its impact on the marine environment and the human food chain are moving ahead.



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What happens to all the plastic trash that we find in the sea and how big is the threat? First of its kind map reveals the Ocean Plastic


Trash wave Indonesian surfer Dede Surinaya catches a wave in a remote but garbage-covered bay on Java, Indonesia, the world’s most populated island Water and air, the two essential fluids on which all life depends, have become global garbage cans.

The Great Pacific Garbage patch containing millions of pounds of mostly plastic, is the largest landfill in the world, and it floats in the middle of the ocean.

7 35 billion gallons of pollution enter the ocean ever single day, harming marine ecosystems and life. Today the ocean is more acidic than it has been in the last years.